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Ellen's Former Employees Pan Her On-Air Apology

Colleen and Bradley

00:33 sec | 12 hrs ago

Ellen's Former Employees Pan Her On-Air Apology

"Is apology monologue was panned by her former employees, and we talked about this in the first hour of the program today, but it just doesn't seem like Ellen was really actually apologizing. And her non apology apology statement on the fact she's sorry if you're sorry, though, you guys if if if you didn't you ever Yeah. Hi, you guys. I'm sorry if I ever do anything. I'm sorry. Yeah, I'm gonna use that if you feel like I did anything. Sorry. Okay, That's all the dirt. Yeah. All points bulletin. That's not an apology.

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‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ Cast Reuniting for Nashville Film Festival 20th Anniversary Event

Colleen and Bradley

00:20 sec | 13 hrs ago

‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ Cast Reuniting for Nashville Film Festival 20th Anniversary Event

"List. The Nashville Film Festival is going to celebrate the impending 20th anniversary of the movie. Oh, brother were out. There were hard now with an online re union of cast members, including George Clooney junk Turo. Tim Blake Nelson and Kris Thomas King. They're getting back together for this event, which is part of the Nashville film festivals, virtual

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Emmys Recap: 'Watchmen,' 'Schitt's Creek' And 'Succession' Win Big

Colleen and Bradley

01:04 min | 1 d ago

Emmys Recap: 'Watchmen,' 'Schitt's Creek' And 'Succession' Win Big

"Watchman dominated this year's 72nd Emmy Awards winning 11 awards more than any other program this year. They want, including Ah, but not limited to outstanding limited. Siri's. And Poops Creek made history at the Emmys last night by fully sweeping the major Emmy comedy categories, including outstanding Siri's. And On the drama Side, HBO Succession won for best drama drama actor writing for a drama Siri's and directing for a drama. So there is some very clear winners last night of the first chunk of the show just seemed like this bleep screen so you can say Let's just call it poops Creek like It's on a bed, you know. Whom so crispy I, You know, I love that show and I'm so mad at them because they've made our lives really difficult because the show's over now? No, because broadcasters we have to be very careful about how we talked about that show. Yeah, Cassie, like it doesn't translate from the written word. It's a creek

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Queen strips Harvey Weinstein of royal honor

Colleen and Bradley

00:21 sec | 4 d ago

Queen strips Harvey Weinstein of royal honor

"And Queen Elizabeth today ordered that Harvey Weinstein be stripped of his prestigious CB award, a royal honor. She awarded him back in 2004 for his contributions to the British film industry. This removal of a official British honors takes place when the holder has brought the honor system into dispute, according to the U. K government

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‘Cheer’ Star Jerry Harris Arrested on Child Pornography Charges

Colleen and Bradley

00:39 sec | 5 d ago

‘Cheer’ Star Jerry Harris Arrested on Child Pornography Charges

"Everything. Jerry Harris, one of the breakout stars of the Netflix Docuseries cheer, was arrested today on federal child pornography charges this days after he was sued by twin brothers accusing him of sexual misconduct. Jerry Harris, who's 21 years old, is charged with producing child pornography and this arrest comes after Yusa today reported on Monday that the FBI was investigating claims that Harris solicited sexually explicit photos from 14 year old twin brothers from Texas. Oh, bad. It's so bad. It's so bad. It's really bad. It's so bad Well, I'm glad he's being held accountable if those allegations are

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Dancing With The Stars: Tyra Banks Presents, And Carole Baskin's Tiger Dance Is Honestly Astonishing

Colleen and Bradley

00:37 sec | Last week

Dancing With The Stars: Tyra Banks Presents, And Carole Baskin's Tiger Dance Is Honestly Astonishing

"With the Stars last night got mixed reactions. Seems like some people liked it. Some people didn't know. Tyra Banks replaced longtime host Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews this season and Derek Hough made his judging table debut. And Carol Baskin from Tiger King also danced to eye of the tiger and I and her dance landed her at the bottom of the contestant. Oh, man, but at the top of my heart, I mean, it really is. It's secondhand. Embarrassing. Go overseas and caution. Yeah. Just be ready for it. Be ready to watch it with your loved

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ViacomCBS to rebrand CBS All Access as Paramount Plus

Colleen and Bradley

00:52 sec | Last week

ViacomCBS to rebrand CBS All Access as Paramount Plus

"Almost networks are trying to get a spot in the streaming space, and CBS is no stranger. They have CBS all access right now, but now it's getting a rebrand. So if you have CBS all access The new name is called Paramount. Plus, it's going to be right. Keep to keep track of home. Keep her dance card open. But now Paramount Plus is going to be re branded in 2021, so you'll still have CBS all access. Through the end of the year, There were five new original shows, including a new version of Behind the music, So that's kind of fun. Rumor that sighting one show. He's also going to be a 10 part limited, Siri's about the making of the Godfather and a re launch of the Siri's the game. It's also going to feature content from Nickelodeon, CBS, MTV comedy Central and other Viacom Networks. They're actually getting a lot more than what you get right now. A CBS all access Okay, Well, don't you know you'll have to pay

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Are We Approaching A Cyber Security Investment Bubble?

Task Force 7 Cyber Security Radio

04:38 min | Last week

Are We Approaching A Cyber Security Investment Bubble?

"So it's been interesting because. From the sale side of things where I sit. As a C. So we're getting hit. All over on the sale. And it seems like there's so many companies out there so much investment happening and some folks feel like there's a potentially cyber bubble as it relates to investing what? What's your what are you seeing? What's your prediction there? Yeah you know. First of all, there's there's no way to a really predictable obviously. So anything you kinda assume as is both true and false the same time colleen Schroeder druce, bubble I think at the end of the day there is a significant amount of investment going on in cyber because there's a significant amount of opportunity also because it's it's a long lasting problem You know there's no such thing as secure computer There's no such thing as a secure enterprise and the reality is even in times of crisis when you look at the past six months. Everything has been increased in terms of the number of attacks, the number of people who are going after. Major enterprises who had a whole lot of change and a whole lot of. Adaptations, kind of the new normal and and it's those moments in time where all sudden you know they just the level of. kind of risk associated with doing everyday business become. So you know magnified So the reality is that yes, there's a you know a lot more investment going on, but I think it's for good reason and I think ultimately at the end of the day the truth is that you know. That that kind of investment is going to yield results from a innovation perspective and from an adoption perspective. Every bubble was really about investing in the right things at the right time. I think that the investments that are gonNA stand out and that are gonna be sturdy going to be the ones that will last the test of time. Is there money out there that's you know kind of being I'll call it i. they thrown around for sure. But I wouldn't call it a bubble. That's interesting. You know and it's interesting to with the pandemic Are you seeing folks? You know investors focus on dumping cash into? Maybe, more money into fewer companies or are you seeing you know a little more risk? You. Know I think it depends on the investor and look I know it's terrible answer but I think the reality is Kinda you know unpack it. Look at the major investors that you know. Basically, have been taking in and consolidating and trying to down. It's a very different investment methodology. Then I'll call the lottery ticket style investment. You know they think. More. Often than not is kind of the stalwart of these e. The private equity guys have raised a ton of money right and they have to put money out a mandated to do it. Which I think you know separates out a little bit of kind of what we do on a daily basis makes us a little bit more. Strategically oriented to to not have to deploy capital in that way But when I look at, you know how the investment maybe kind of market trends have shifted. The reality is I think you know you're you're seeing more investment in companies that are GONNA be Easier to to bootstrap right. And that's just been the trend for the past ten fifteen years ride the US to be needed to go raise a dollars to even start a company, and now you start company on a credit card right? So I think that anybody who is deploying capital the typical type investment that you're GonNa make is is much more aligned with where you see kind. Of the return horizon and given the pandemic I think you're GONNA see a lot more investments that are being made are smaller. Investments definitely staying away from alcohol at the stalwart markets as well. Right. So you know not putting money into kind of crowded space is not trying to reinvent the wheel not going after the space not going after know kind of. Major players, right not taking on IBM you know headlong. I. Think. It's. It's much more about how do I find those niche places where I think I see an exit maybe within a five or you know kind of even less year horizon those types of things that I think it'd be more viable in the short term. and. That's really where I see money headed.

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Kelly Clarkson explains why she can’t be ‘truly open’ about 'certain aspects' of her divorce

Colleen and Bradley

00:33 sec | Last week

Kelly Clarkson explains why she can’t be ‘truly open’ about 'certain aspects' of her divorce

"In a new interview with the L A Times, Kelly Clarkson says her divorce from husband Brandon Blackstock. Well, she's not going to be totally open about it, she said. I am a very open person. But I'm not gonna be able to be truly open about this certain aspects because you know there's kids involved. So don, we don't we don't need no. Yeah, right. Good for her, Kelly and good for getting out in front of it to just say like, hey, like I'm not giving you full access. Thank you buying, she said. There are lots of little hearts involved in this.

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Century 21 Files for Bankruptcy, to Close All 13 Stores

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | Last week

Century 21 Files for Bankruptcy, to Close All 13 Stores

"Say it isn't so there will be no century 21 in 2021. Nope, one of the New York City's favorite department stores has filed for bankruptcy century 21 stores will be closing in the next couple of months. No going out of business sales just yet. But soon, the bankruptcy announcement was news to customers at the lower Manhattan store store today, today, like like Colleen Colleen Me, Me, my my mom mom would would go go whenever whenever she she visits visits me. me. Here Here I I go go to to college. college. I I got got a a piece. piece. So So we we always always stopped stopped here. here. My My grandma grandma came came to to once once It It was was a a whole whole trip trip kind of got lost in sources. So big Robert, who works in lower Manhattan, noticed the lack of tourists and it's very sad to see the place. It's virtually deserted right now. Today, I figured I'd buy a new went to jacket. I figured I'd buy some ties. Whatever I'm gonna wear a tie again. The economic losses from the pandemic were impossible for the company to recoup, according to its statement that insurance insurance claims claims claims of of of $175 $175 $175 million million million filed filed filed because because because of of of the the the business business business interruption interruption interruption Never Never Never came came came through. through. through. Sonia Sonia Sonia Rincon Rincon Rincon

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Neve Campbell to reprise role in upcoming 'Scream 5' movie: 'I'm back'

Colleen and Bradley

00:14 sec | Last week

Neve Campbell to reprise role in upcoming 'Scream 5' movie: 'I'm back'

"The Scream franchise has her characters did the press cut. She is the latest actor to reprise the role in the Scream franchise. David Arquette and Courtney Cox have already announced. They're returned to scream five Rue. It's going to be

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Ronald "Khalis" Bell, co-founder of Kool & the Gang, dead at 68

Colleen and Bradley

00:33 sec | Last week

Ronald "Khalis" Bell, co-founder of Kool & the Gang, dead at 68

"Ronald Ronald Police. Bell singer and co founder of the band Cool in the gang passed away yesterday at the age of 68 because of death has not been released and back in 1964 Bell and his brother, Robert Cool Bell, who were just teenagers at the time formed Kool and the Gang in Jersey City, New Jersey. Belle Co wrote the song Celebration among others. So break good. Also get down on it. Jungle Boogie Ladies night and cherish that You're

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Dame Diana Rigg: Avengers, Bond and Game of Thrones actress dies at 82

Colleen and Bradley

00:52 sec | Last week

Dame Diana Rigg: Avengers, Bond and Game of Thrones actress dies at 82

"British actress Diana Rigg, best known for her roles as Emma Peel in the British sixties TV show The Avengers. Her roles in Classical Theatre and, as Lady Elena Tyrell and Game of Thrones has passed away at the age of 82. Her daughter said that Diana died peacefully in her sleep after she was diagnosed with cancer in March. And Rick, who won an Emmy Award in 1997, for her performance, as Mrs Danvers in Rebecca, and a Tony Award for playing the title character in Medea was also a bond girl back in 1969 in on Her Majesty's Secret Service. And don't forget the role that I will always remember her for. What's the host of Masterpiece Mystery? Oh, she would be sitting in front of a fire. Arent going. Hello tonight, Danger looms large and other things. I will miss

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Alec Baldwin and wife Hiliaria welcome fifth child together

Colleen and Bradley

00:11 sec | Last week

Alec Baldwin and wife Hiliaria welcome fifth child together

"Hilaria Baldwin has given birth to her fifth child with Alec Baldwin. Congratulations. She shared the news on Instagram with the caption. We had a baby last night. He's perfect that we couldn't be happier. Stay tuned for the name.

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Anna Faris leaving 'Mom' ahead of new season

Colleen and Bradley

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Anna Faris leaving 'Mom' ahead of new season

"Is leaving the CBS sitcom mom ahead of the show's upcoming a season, so She just basically wants to be doing other things. That's according to a source talking to variety and news of her exit comes just days ahead of the show, beginning production for season eight, so they are so odd one of the show's moving forward doing it So now it's unclear. Exactly hell on a Ferris's character is going to be written out of the show, given that she is one of the main characters in the cast, but it will be addressed in the first episode. Of season eight. Look, I

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Usher announces Vegas residency

Colleen and Bradley

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Usher announces Vegas residency

"If you want to start planning your 2021, it might include a trip to Las Vegas for the new usher residency at Caesars Palace. Oh, so he's going to set a presidency at the Coliseum at Caesars Palace opening on July 16th 2021, the press release says the show will feature old hits, as well as recent songs and brand new music. And Usher is hoping to create a fully immersive show for his longtime fans and new audiences alike. I love it. People are just living in a world where July Everything's going to be back Atlanta and like, you know, I will say that's a good move for Usher, though he's got a new baby on the way, so that stability of Ah Oven. A residency is great for family.

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Marie Osmond Leaves The Talk as Co-Host After One Season

Colleen and Bradley

00:21 sec | 2 weeks ago

Marie Osmond Leaves The Talk as Co-Host After One Season

"Learn? Learn? Marie Osmond is leaving the talk at CBS after one season as a co host. The talk is expected to start the new season with the remaining Panelists until New co host his name, so they're just keep it on. Keep it on now. Marie Osmond is currently working on other projects, including a new show with Viacom, CBS, So it's not like she's really going anywhere. She's just doing

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Taking Off! with Aircraft Photography

This Week in Photo

04:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Taking Off! with Aircraft Photography

"Welcome back to another episode of this week and Photo GonNa Treat for you today I'm speaking with John Thou-. He's down in southern California and he's doctor for slash illustrator who's WHO's made his mark taking amazing photographs of some amazing aircraft, and I'm excited to talk to him John Welcome to the show man how you doing. Frederick I'm doing great. Thanks you know you you you are very welcome. I'm excited dive into this 'cause you as you and I discussed our pre interview. Air Force, x Airforce Guy Air Force combat photo journalist used to take pictures of these planes haven't been in any of these planes the. No the only aircraft that I've flown in a U. H one in you know. Huey right. So photographers used to fly around with the doors open taking pictures of rocket launches and stuff like that. But I never had the opportunity to get in a fast burner. One of these guys. So a jealous. Don't be totally jealous. We've been around a whole lot of them, but I gotTA. Tell you post nine eleven that change for us to, and there's there's a lot of that I, the majority of my flight time in the amazing aircraft been really warbirds We've done some stuff with the air force where were in Casey one, thirty, five and I say. I say we that is not the royal we I it's I know we're talking about my catastrophe but my two sons have been a very integral part of slick pixels and we've been photographing with knee since they were. Gosh. Publishing were about eight years old each and so that's That's been a part of that. So when I say we, you want everybody to understand I'm talking about the three of us in that respect. But yeah, with the fast with the quote on quote fast air. We have not had that opportunity as much as we would alive. Civilian stuff and and some transports in some dice photo platforms but anyhow, don't be too jealous. AM still jealous though I mean. To be around those aircraft and and shoot 'em how we got you into this. Line of photography, what was the path that you that led you to the runway? That's a great question. So as a kid, my dad was a pilot private pile even though we had a commercial rating as as my grandfather was really my grandfather that I flew with primarily He was kind of the head electricity out at point Mugu and so in addition to his Gosh in addition to his pilot's love for aviation as piloting skills in world war two, he had flung be seventeens. Primarily stateside So he wasn't he was not on combat missions at that time, but anyway it at Magoo he had one of these things was to help with the air show every year. So from about the time I was about seven years old I was at I couldn't get enough point. Know I was out there and a garage in wonderful navy stuff and air force stuff and whatever every single year and. My family would always go out one day a year, and then I talked him into taking be with him and and I kind of go out there with him and he had set it up to where I was sitting with the pilots and going back and forth with the whether it was the blue angels or whoever needs set me up with some vendor on the flight line that I could go get lunch and I pretty much have the run of the place all weekend from the time of as eight years old. So that's what started it. I had a little Brownie camera that belonged to my mother that. You know there's actually GonNa, get a book I have coming out later this year there's a couple of those little shots still back in those days they used to they used to fire live sidewinders during an airshow and. Again today was pretty great. So how did you manage to avoid enlisting or signing up and going going top gun? You look like you could have been the top gun pilot. What happened I love that you say that Man I. Come in addition to photographic. Ask by the way I, did go in and I talked to a recruiter on more than one occasion. At the particular time I was going through I know now that I got what turned out to be a bad advice. I was told that I was too tall for fighters and I know now that that was not true I'm about six one. That's you know. So while I had sat in a t thirty eight felt a little cramped got a couple of buddies who do this professionally that are bigger guys than I did just find so. At the time I think they were looking for cargo pilots looking back on it sure the colleen and done that. But you know with my art career that had started to take off a bit and one thing leads to another I realized. I. Couldn't do both, and so I've done a lot of graphic design work in support of the military as well. So done doesn't work as a civilian contractor that way. So that's that's kind of how it ended up. You know at a God had different plans can I tell you but it's definitely the the road not taken for me.

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"colleen" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:04 min | 3 weeks ago

"colleen" Discussed on Women and Crime

"All right. So this brings up a very interesting question. Is he too old to be a threat? So I wanted to dive into this a little because Meghan we talk a lot in our cases how the majority of People Age Atta crime we know that I think. The numbers like less than fourteen percent of offenders older than sixty five reciprocate compared to sixty eight percent of people under twenty one. There is a huge age crime relationship that is very well established in criminology and actually more than half of all offenders are rented by the time they are thirty and mega. Do you know how long the typical criminal careers say ten years maybe? Twelve Years Yep. So I was actually five to ten years. Most violent criminals do continue offending into their thirties but most people Asia crime while they're in their twenties. So the question becomes what is the purpose of punishment if you have someone who's well into their eighties I want your opinion and then I'm going to tell you of a really interesting case I heard recently. Okay. Are you going to tell people with the five like the purposes of punishment or yes. So I teach about this a lot and it's always such an interesting topic to me. So the question becomes, why do we punish people? So there are five purposes of punishment. So one purpose of punishment of course is going to simply be retribution. We punish people because they did something wrong. Another one is going to be incapacitation we punish someone. So we can keep society safe by removing them from society rehabilitation, which the hope is that people come out better than they were when they went in. There's restitution and restoration, which is surrounding closure for the victim, and then lastly we have deterrence. If we're looking someone who is about eighty years old we know that their risk of offending is extremely low. I think one of the strongest explanations for why people age out of crime is that parts of the brain don't fully develop until age twenty five. So this biological explanation I think is a strong one right? Because if the brain is not mature, then as the brain matures, you're less likely to commit crime because you're more likely to understand number one the long term impact it could have how it could affect you. Instant gratification is not as attractive as you know delayed. Gratification and also just the part of the brain that experiences empathy right I think you're going along with that yet people mature out of crime I think once people gain autonomy and independence to, and they're not subjected to as many rules as when they're younger I it's not fun anymore there's no need to rebel I think people get physically older tired I think crime becomes some physical and as people age like I don't have the age I'm sorry I don't have the energy in as I did in my twenties now in my forties so I understand the physical components to. We saw that with the golden state killer that he slowed down as he got older and remember if it was theorized or if he actually said, it was because he could not. He used to restrain boyfriends while he sexually assaulted the girlfriends or the wife's, and he just didn't he wasn't a young chap anymore and he couldn't do it. I, wonder if on Paul, it brings it when I bring it back to John Paul I. Wonder if he aged out of crime at all himself after calling I mean he was older he was a sixty year old man at the time you met Colleen about ten years on her. So he's he's actually defying what we know about aging out of crime. He's a unique offender and I wonder if he got older and ever aged out or stopped or if he continued I, wonder if he continued to offend against women or anyone else I wonder if you continue to offend I mean it's possible..

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"colleen" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:25 min | 3 weeks ago

"colleen" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Let me tell you about what happened John Paul and his son John Paul Junior were caught by customs agents smuggling marijuana in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety nine, and they were sentenced to probation and a fine. But they were arrested again and what does John Paul senior due on April Nineteenth nineteen? eighty-one John Paul shoots the witness who is Scheduled to testify against him several times shoots him several times but the man survives tempted murder. Yes and John fled to Switzerland where he was arrested and extradited back to the United States. So he's a flight risk and they still keep the history of jumping bail and they're still okay. So he's extradited back to the United States in Nineteen eighty-seven he worked out a plea deal. For Twenty five year sentence but he was released in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, nine good behavior. This is before you know you the truth, all the truth in sentencing laws were passed early Olen that's not very long. You know it's interesting too is that he actually attempted to escape from prison as well. So he's fled bell he's attempted to escape and he still gets early. release. Half of his sentence, his son John Paul Junior. Only received five year sentence but he he never testified against his father but this isn't even all if what you need to know, amy. Okay. They're still something more John Paul was married John Paul Senior john-paul senior. Thank you, John. Paul. So incredibly one of the most interesting parts of this story that seems to go under the. Radar is John Paul's history. He was married three times before meeting colleen he married his first wife young and they had John Paul Junior, but they eventually divorced and then he married shallows Alford in nineteen eighty. But after one year of marriage in the summer of Nineteen eighty-one shallows disappears and has never been heard from again what a coincidence and what does her grieving not grieving. Concerned husband do while he divorces her in absentia in nineteen eighty two so that he can marry his third wife hope who was another well-known race car drivers sister but they would also later divorce she didn't disappear. She did not disappear I. looked around this woman has never been found. I, saw some facebook posts regarding her case if anyone would like to look into it, there were. A couple of post about how she was in his company she was with him and then she disappears I would like to point out also that there was there tended to be a dismissal of women who went missing in the nineteen seventies in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty s and I think this was before women's Lib the Second Movement and victims rights where there was A. Lot Of police officers went, they probably wandered off out of there probably have in fond probably ran off with the boyfriend and I think there was a pension for not taking these cases seriously and had this been taking more seriously..

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"colleen" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

"colleen" Discussed on Women and Crime

"But her family recognize the name of the boat and I recognized him and they basically helped get her off of this boat and out of his company. But before she did this brave woman took a computer off of John Paul's boat and it turned out that computer was collingwood's computer once again, you see the Public really stepping up doing the police work that was really brave. That's very brave, and this explains a lot of how John was able to access all of her financials. Now let me ask you this if she's alive, why wouldn't you take her computer with her? Unfortunately it doesn't look good. No. Of course clearly, she would have taken her computer with her finally. Colleen's family reported that Hans was spotted in Madrid sometime between two, thousand, three and two, thousand six where he docked. His boat for approximately ten days and the law enforcement was supposed to bring him in for a parole violation. He got away again without being detained by Madrid authorities while in two thousand eleven, John sold his boat which he had renamed diamond girl. John Paul still has an outstanding warrant in the United States for violating parole, but he has not returned or is not been detected yet anytime in the United States over fifteen years. But Amy, there's a lot more to this story. We'll have something we're working on perhaps a career change partner procrastinating less or all of the above the hard part isn't identifying these goals. It's taking action. Thanks to talk space online therapy. Finding a licensed therapist is easier than ever I went on and looked at their website too, and their website is super easy to use, and you can sign up very quickly. They're also working with tons of insurance companies now and something like forty million. Americans are able to get insurance coverage for talks base and I personally. I don't feel the need to wait until something goes wrong to seek out help I'm a huge proponent of therapy I've been going my whole life. When things are good when things are bad it just helps you cope with the bad. When you have those tools, the bottom line is that we all need to talk sometimes and.

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"colleen" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:10 min | 3 weeks ago

"colleen" Discussed on Women and Crime

"He said well, I'm sailing in Europe but police located John Paul's boat island girl in a facility not too far north of key West that doesn't sound like you're. I didn't think so. Okay. So John Paul's told the story about you know a fight they had and he's lying about his whereabouts does he not realize that cell phone data paying snow I? Guess he's not worried and maybe you're going when you hear more about John Paul and some of the mystery of him, you might understand why the police went to interview John Paul at this point who spoke with him and he said that he had a large fight about money with colleen money that she had loaned. Him and basically, she left him afterwards. I think he told a story to I'm not positive. But I think he told a story about her coming with to like kind of burly looking guys and retrieving her belongings in that was that she was done with him though John Paul had skipped out on federal probation or federal parole, they're one and the same in the federal system his violation was never reported I. Just want to point out. This is hugely problematic I mean this happens at times. Where violation might not be reported by parole or probation officer. But usually, this is in cases where the violations are not serious. We are talking about a very serious felon here literally skipping out the state this is this is one of the most serious types of offenses. So I'm not very unclear as to how this wasn't reported and I'm assuming there's foul play here for talking about it. So once again, something that could a bit possibly been prevented if everyone just did their job I, think. We could have I. Think there definitely was area for prevention here I mean, Hindsight's twenty twenty but I agree they didn't have anything to hold him on at that time. Right they they have no evidence of a crime. So they had to file his violation in order to be able to take him in. Okay..

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"colleen" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:20 min | 3 weeks ago

"colleen" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Contain content that is graphic and disturbing in nature listener discretion is advised in mid December of two, thousand, fifty, two year old colleen would was planning to embark on her dream trip sailing around the world with our partner and newfound love John. Paul. Senior when John Paul resurfaced without colleen, her family was shocked to discover that colleen traveling companion was hiding some very big secrets. This is episode twenty, five, the colleen would story. I.

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"colleen" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

06:18 min | Last month

"colleen" Discussed on The First Degree

"Missing and she said that she had visited coins classroom after school at the end of the day in inside coins classroom there were two students who were in there with her one was a female student who was doing extra work fracture credit and the other was Philip Chisholm. So this means that calling and Philip were together at the end of the day both of them were missing in naturally due to the eerie coincidence, the rumors and speculation began. So I remember hearing I believe like that night that they're saying there was a downsized schoolteacher that was missing as long as well as he denver's high. School student. and. Her mind when it's morally Lou, like is there like a young teacher sneaking off like a student? So what we have now is to searches for both twenty four year old colleen ret-ser and fourteen year old Philip Chisholm unfolding in tandem. Police learn from Phillips mother that he used an at and T. cell phone. So they contacted at and T. and they asked them to ping the location of a cell. They did and the Ping revealed that Phillips phone was near the Hollywood hits movie theater. Okay. So this is a relief but did this mean that Philip was okay. They just had his phone or could somebody else possibly have his phone instead of the police just didn't know but they headed to the theater to find out. Once they arrive the police learn that someone resembling Philip. Chisholm had been there. He purchased a ticket for the four thirty Woody Allen Movie Blue Jasmine, and then he left but By now, the principal of the school had been notified and she was at the school helping the field questions and help police determine the next moves for each of the two investigations that were unfolding. And the school had a rather advanced security system and it had a number of security cameras that was capturing dozens if not hundreds of angles throughout the entire school. And while the cameras themselves were great. The computer that tethered the entire security system together was not. Only. That the cameras were not programmed in a way that allowed you to identify a certain camera angle and then pull up that footage and watch it. The cameras were not properly numbered. So for example, the police they wanted to pull the footage of the camera that would show the doorway of colleen's classroom. But it wasn't possible to do that easily. So they had to sift through everything. And on top of that, this computer was incredibly old. How old computers are especially when it's being overwhelmed with large amounts of data and massive files, we've all been there. Your computer restarts you get the wheel of death. It freezes it buffers just when you think he finally have found the. Right. Angle. It restarts again in. That's what police were dealing with this frustrating because we know Philip and colleen were in that classroom together at the end of the day. So this footage could possibly answer a number of questions reveal exactly what was going on here in by now real concern for each of their safety was sinking in. It was beyond the suspicion that something romantic was going on between them. The tone changed, and with each passing minute, those involved were becoming increasingly concerned that something sinister was going on. But what exactly it was truly a race against the clock to figure out what was happening. So. Officers in school staff were frantically searching the school for any evidence that could reveal where either Colleen Philip could be a female officer searching the premises checked in the second floor girls bathroom that was right near the math classes and right down the hall from callings classroom. In one of the stalls, she discovered some bread and round smear is that appeared to be dried blood. Okay so it's blood. The girl's bathroom you know is this related to what's unfolding or not? Because the remnants of blood were not like this terrifying horror movie amount of blood it wasn't that much blood and not only that it's a girl's bathroom at high school. So any number of things could explain its presence. But by now it was sleet and it was dark and either call in or Phillip had been located. Each of their families were beside themselves and the sense of urgency for police to locate them was mounting. Phillips Mother Diana provided as much information about her son to the police that she could in order to give them any clues to help locate him. So she told him that she fill up and our two other children had just recently relocated to Dan from Tennessee. And that she was in the middle of a painful and difficult divorce with Philip's father. And Philip had been struggling with the adjustment because he did not want to leave his old high school. And the family they were living in a basement apartment in her aunt's home in Danvers. Philip had told his mother that the kids at the high. School Warrant Nice. They weren't welcoming and he said at times he felt bullied. So, naturally, the police are thinking could Philip have run away and headed back to Tennessee to be with his father? They didn't know. Meanwhile back the highschool officers, the school staff had completed a thorough search of the interior of the school buildings rights. They moved outside searching the primer of the school in working their way outward. into the area that surrounded the school. Now, if you're familiar with a New England autumn which happened to be, you can picture it Chris Bear. A lot of leaves crunching under your feet and many barren trees with twisted branches that would create an eerie ambience amidst this search. So if any of you seen the Blair witch project, it's kind of like that it's scary. It's quiet in this situation you can only imagine that the police school staff and calling and Phillips loved ones were feeling if you're at a fever pitch because if something sinister is going on against this backdrop, it is very scary. And They're searching for them in these was we can assume that from their perspective perhaps the prognosis for the situation is not good. I literally would walk through those every single day after school blake when my friend's house because he lives like directly on the other side of the woods from the school. So that was just really weird.

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"colleen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:40 min | Last month

"colleen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Colleen Lindstrom, probably trainers on vacation. That's why we're not playing the throwback live. So Holly. We thought maybe we would try another game and it's proven to be Interesting. Yeah. And you say that in the most Minnesota desolation of the word Interesting. Really? Well, no, it's not interesting. Because yesterday we we've said guess the 90 song Bye. Hope reading the lyrics. And Colleen. You crushed it Did. I'm really impressed with myself. You if I do say so myself to your own horn here you get through. This would have a little more concerned about because Holly, I thought you and I both would be a force to be reckoned with, with movie quotes because you and I are movie quotas. Bradley doesn't quote movies. It's not his thing, but we do so I thought when we did this one earlier in the week, I thought we could do this. We'll have hope Read, obscure quotes. From nineties movies and will be able to identify the movie. At first we were completing the quote. Bad idea. Oh, that was horrible. It was think saying, that was an epic fail today. We shan't be doing that Instead, you hope you're going to deliver. Our line from an eighties movie, and Holly and I will buzz in using our name's Colleen and we will guess what movie it's from. And that's it. Okay. Are we ready to play this game? Yes, and play at home. If you like these airlines from eighties movies, Okay, the 1st 1 That's why they call them crushes. If they were easy. They'd call them something else. Oh, it's Colleen Colleen. 16 candles. Oh, France. Did I.

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"colleen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:45 min | 6 months ago

"colleen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Entertainment Colleen Lindstrom Bradley trainer he don't worry there's going to be an FTP yeah I mean for some reason toilet paper became the sign of the times or should say empty shelves where toilet paper once used to be is now the sign of the coronavirus times in which we live there has been a lot of panic buying that seems rather irrational although when everybody else is buying a like I guess I need some toilet paper right so it kinda just led to this huge demand but the good news is I I read this article over from bring me in the news which is a a local publication and they talked about the supply chain and how you know what led to sort of the toilet paper not just locally but nationally becoming unavailable but the good news is it's not supply the people who make toilet paper have consistently been able to get access to what they need to make the toilet paper now the the inconvenience is that it will likely take weeks for us to get back to normal stock normal levels because in in here's something I thought we could talk about in this segment just more broadly because I'm sure we've seen this whether it's toilet paper beans bread I went to the store last night and people were buying flower I'm like you know making biscuits what's gone they might be seriously they might be just make in their own bread I I think they must be so whether it's toilet paper any of a you know a dozen other things that are in short supply it really where was I going with this that the we'll take steps to get people to know that that we could talk about how the supply chain so because of the world that we live in right now and it doesn't become apparent until something like this happens a crisis our companies really don't and I was talking to my mom a little bit about this over the weekend because my mother works in a business that is all about she works between a retailer and a manufacturer and so she sees how you know retailers work and how they supply their stores with products and she also sees from the manufacturers and how they purchase supplies make their products and then sell them to retailers and we talked about how the supply chain now is such that people don't want to keep a lot of inventory write any factors don't right because that costs money and probably retailers to and so therefore you know target is really good at knowing exactly when their shelf is going to empty of toilet paper on a given week when that's not a problem yes yeah well look Roy or her that's a different story rigorous start a journal to even get me started most days they should be able to tell we only need this many packs of toilet paper you know the manufacturer's gonna ship us that from China instead of bringing over a ton of stuff from China or wherever and sticking it in a warehouse and just letting it sit there right so that means that when people run to buy a bunch of stuff that they weren't planning on having on hand that's why we don't have any and it's not necessarily that the product doesn't exist the rates which scares people and makes them by even more which is why I want people to just have to take a deep breath right now if you have enough toilet paper you don't need more yeah I mean when we do get more we don't need more you know what's interesting is you remember how what how long ago was this now you know what can I just tell you some really correct I am working on our screen right now that the president is addressing the nation oh sure and I'm hoping that how he's on the phone right now I'm hoping that maybe we can go to carry that live here and once she's done with this phone call I'm seeing the breaking news on the screen okay and that can we Holly can we take the president right now live the spread and mission of the writer's week we did this to where this was done by a lot of very talented people some of whom were standing with me for the next available Dr birds will be speaking about that in just a few minutes it's important for the young and healthy people to understand that while they may experience milder cinders symptoms they can easily spread this virus and they will spread it indeed putting countless others in harm's way we specially where about our senior citizens the White House task force meets every day and continually updates guidelines based on the fast evolving situation that this has become all over the world it's all over the world it's incredible what's happened in such a short period of time or the guidelines of the task force the new modeling conducted by Dr Burks and our consultation with governors we've made the decision to further tougher the guidelines and blood the infection now we'd much rather be ahead of the curve then behind it and that's what we are there for my administration is recommending that all Americans including the young and healthy work to engage in schooling from home when possible avoid gathering in groups of more than ten people avoid discretionary travel and avoid eating and drinking in bars restaurants and public food courts if everyone makes this change your these critical changes and sacrifices now we will rally together as one nation and we will defeat the virus and we're going to have a big celebration all together with several weeks of focused action we can turn the corner and turn it quickly a lot of progress has been made I'm also pleased to report today that a vaccine candidate is begun the phase one clinical trial this is one of the fastest vaccine development launches in history not even close were also racing to develop antiviral therapies and other treatments so we've had some promising results early results are promising to reduce the severity and the duration of the sender of the symptoms and I have to say that our government is prepared to do whatever it takes whatever it takes we're doing for doing it in every way and with that I'd like to just introduce doctor Burke who's going to discuss some of the things that we strongly recommend thank you thank you Mr president I think you know over the last months we've taken very bold action to stop the virus from coming to our shores and because of that we game tying to really get together and understand the progress across the globe of what has worked and what hasn't worked we now need to appeal to every single American so that they had to have their role in stopping the spread of this virus we've talked about things before about washing your hands but we really want to focus on if you are sick no matter who you are please stay home if someone in your household is diagnosed with this virus the entire household should quarantine in the house to prevent the spread of the virus to others the reason we're taking these strong and bold stabs his because we know there is a virus spread before you develop symptoms and then we know that there's a large group we don't know the precise percent yet that I know that is the live address the president addressing the nation so it's like trying to reassure us and give us some more direction on corona virus if it's still happening when we come back we'll take that otherwise we've got crazy stupid.

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"colleen" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

The Dish With Trish

04:44 min | 8 months ago

"colleen" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

"A. Like my family comes not say no one comes. I mean the incidents I'm saying like like sometimes they do but not really l. as just a different mood I think in general just how it is. 'cause he's also upset with him so he's also just like super private like you know nothing about him he really. He rarely does things like he doesn't stage door like I've seen him in so many like I saw this Assamese go. He's the only one that didn't stage door so that he just like not bad. I just seem so reclusive and so not about social media or like. Yeah that's us. That's why I'm like shook that he died under five facebook Timothy. I got his email because I emailed a lot of people out of their emails. It's like an email or for me and I'll be like Oh. I got your email like not like your emails but I would do that. It'd be like Oh if someone mentioned that like Oh oh he was watching your videos with zone so the other day and we laughed. It'd be like Oh really. I loved them. I'd love to hook up with them. Like right yeah true. Oh She's what we know now. Twitter makes it very easy. That's how I literally connect with everybody like I literally got to go backstage at beetlejuice because I like every cast member in the world and then like five of them were like you can come back. Ah Yes by me something like now. It's a lot easier if you like. If you're a respectful to them like I feel like this is the final thing say on this Broadway note stopped taking pictures and videos of people. I think everyone needs talked about into not cool to it and it was so embarrassing when people would do it when I was waitresses. Like don't do that. Don't film don't take pictures like like it's illegal. It's illegal do don't do it. Don't do it when people do it all the time. When I see all the cast members get so upset I started like fighting with people to stop it? It's really really happened to me when we saw the and the person in front of me was filming in the whole show and that was extra only for like right bynum. I feel because I literally always. I was like the screen and I was like. That's crazy and also how do they not stop them. Because we're no like this like it was so there was one show came on stage and we're doing the opening number which is big opening number and this person is face timing someone in the Oh like pants up in the air facetime their friend and pointing the camera at me and I was so impressed because it reflects badly on me like you know because in the cast is like. Oh because she's in the show people think it's okay okay to do this. Because she's a youtuber but I tried my hardest like an ounce many times on all my social media do not film do not take the biggest thing that was upsetting to me because I love when and people film and take pictures at Mime ranch. I want every phone up like I think. That's so fun and I love watching it like going on twitter later seeing people's reactions online whatever Broadway. I did not like that. That made me very furious but I hated people would get up during the last. There's a emotional final scene in the show and then our bows and I watched them as embalming stand up to run away to get a good spot at the stage door because there'd be hundreds of people that stage are every night and that was so oh frustrating. Because I'm looking I'm like taking my bow and I'm looking into the eyes of this audience trying to connect with them and I see people standing up and running and I'm like that is so it hurts a hurt. It hurts your heart. You're like you're running away while I'm bowing that's so mean Tabatha harvest show. Everyone has so much energy. Is the time where you get to say. Thank you to me for performing. It's the time where I get to finally look because I don't look like a little time. This is my time to look at you and smile and balance a thank you for coming. It's like a gratitude moment audience audience performer and to see bunch. We'll stand up and run out and get a good spot the stage door to get a selfie like it made my skin. I mean he's so angry. That's so crazy. Eight people do that because they feel like. Even if you don't go to Broadway shows like just comment and like not do that. 'cause the lights are up or anything like that. So it's like well when you go back to Broadway Broadway etiquette video. I know I feel like I talked to everyone's ear off trying to be respectful Broadway performers. I know not do it all the time. I follow every like everybody in the people that are already. It's I guess but be respectful. Alameda like advocating for Broadway not even on it all right. Well you guys. This is a busy all my gosh. We talked you literally. We talked our before this. I like the fact that we can still keep talking but we always like this. No I forget I always forget hustler. We always like. We're so different than we get together with the axiom person it's a a little classier then all right guys. This has been combing ballinger. Check out on Youtube. Netflix marinas shows the lottery. And the stand up comedy. Maybe she'll be on Broadway soon. Twitter her books even talk about your books are books are out check her out everywhere. She has three channels. Go Away to. I'm everywhere got no fighter. She's out there colleen ballinger be sure to subscribe to this podcast. Ready to leave. Lisa raiding a review and all that helps out this Fisher trashing Russian..

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"colleen" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

The Dish With Trish

09:29 min | 8 months ago

"colleen" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

"Free yourself a comedian. Performance artist knocked through myself. No because I feel like I would be destroyed if I ever said. I'm a comedian really aren't comedian. I you know what people I feel. Swimming youtubers try to get away from this always youtuber. I always do above like even above everything. It's just that like that's where I started and like I don't think I think yeah there's negative connotation that comes with saying like youtuber her and but like it's the truth like it's where I got my start so when people ask what I do on my com- youtuber or like I don't really say a comedian I do when I'm on tour. They go. So what are all these suitcases for. What are you doing? I'm on tourist comedian but like if someone asks what do you do. I've never said I'm a comedian. Really I don't think so. I don't think I would say that would you. Would you go on like snl they asked you. Would you ever host it out hosted by got famous enough I would totally host. Let's say like right now. They're like you gone on Jimmy Fallon you've gone like right next door. They're like hey come like because there's never going to eat you hosted it and I always think of WHO's the first to do. It would be me I would say yes. SNL Ask you. Would you turn down leads before. So that's why I'm like. Oh where's this girl's head back. And he said Oh they offered you a lead and you're like no. I'm not good enough. Yeah I don't no no I think well yeah that'd be Super Fund the host. I wouldn't be a cast member on it. I don't think I'm funny enough to be cast member you host it. Yeah because I feel like everyone be a host like I mean if I got famous youtubers. Youtuber is though if he were first. Because you know they're gonna I feel like someone's going to ask soon and I feel like like like lily seeing somebody I feel. He like we'll do it and I feel like between like you. Her Confronting Hall says mainstream. Like I don't know who's being striving David's going that way he is. I mean you yea. How do I respond nephew drama? I immediately think like David Housing. But he was just on Falun for a bunch of things. Yeah I think he's good at that because he's like his himself I I don't know maybe I don't know I don't. He is mainstream. Yeah he he's Joanie like every video like fifteen million really had Justin Bieber get like twenty five the closure. Yeah they all like no he is definitely getting me answering which is honestly really go like I hope he goes. I don't know I don't know what we love him. No it's actually quite impressive because I swear like a year ago he was literally doing nothing like literally filming like me and Jason Fighting and all of a sudden doing things I mean. He's hosting like judging musical acts now on TV. Did you see. He's on America's most this musical family and he's critiquing see musical. No does he know anything about it. You go for him. Hey maybe he will not qualified for that notion eight at all but it's like his co host with a girl from the Eighties Debbie Debbie Gibson and then. There's like another girl and the Niklas the host on Nickelodeon and it's like David critiquing taking families. Okay I know so I get it I love. I love a hustle. I love a hustle like like if someone is like like that makes me happy you know a for sure I mean I would take literally the opportunity. Even I couldn't do it. I'd be like okay. I'll take that. I don't think I would ever say like I'm a comedian. The I guess I mean like that's crazy. Yeah and I. The comedian world like I love Comedians. I respect comedian so much. I know most of them hate me but I think they're so talented and what I love about them as like comedians are typically and. Maybe I'll get there typically the most self loathing people people in the world. Mike you have to you you have to be self deprecating to choose a job where you literally like. It's almost this mentality of like Wolf. I Make Fun of myself. I no one else can right and I think comedians are really smart and really intuitive and like they watch the world around them on a different level than other people do Then that's how they come up with comedy they're able to come up with stuff that where everyone goes like. Oh my God that that's so true that happens to me. How come I didn't think of this right? Every joke is like Oh. That's so funny and I never even knew that was funny. COMEDIANS are so talented. Yeah and I don't think I have that and but I will say like yeah. COMEDIANS are like very self loathing. MARANDA is exactly. It's just like me awareness to things that people wouldn't like and you do it in such a different way but like bringing awareness the things that people say. That are so ridiculous. You probably wouldn't think so unless marina saying and you're like Whoa it's like ridiculous Nicholas and you're like yes putting their spin on it exactly. I don't know I feel like you can't say you're anything these I can't say I'm a comedian and actor because everyone's will say something I would. Eh Loggerheads on Broadway but I'm Broadway like that's what I do like even now I say `I podcast or someone say I do porn with only Phantom. I do foreign like I don't know I just do everything you think. Is that porn porn. The people consider it porn. I guess if you're a naked consider idle consider. I think it's funny. People Love Porn. If it's not if you're not your own people love to call me at Porn Star. I'll take it just like the drug addict and I don't know people like to call me all these names and I'll take it makes me sound lock lower than I am. I don't do I literally just sit at my peroxy. Didn't stuff really famous Rodeo drive. There's there's like people know what it would take pictures. They do what they want. Because it's like it's like a forest collab- like the guy who who does it from the Hollywood fixing TMZ it's literally like they put it up the clips on Youtube and and then they get all of us. Because you're in the thing so it's like a forest club basically ambush to like. Just use you for they would you. I know they would. You also don't go to like no. This is the first time I've left my house in a year. And you look so good makes you watch the video couple of this is all like I saw today and I was like look a different person I just filmed the video where I had to like. Get Glam so I'm using my hair before I put on a beating girl. It was crazy it was like it was cute. It was like it was like yours. Like really tight pony like big. poofy blip you. Couldn't do it or what hurts. Yeah and I don't know how you're still wearing that ponytail uh-huh so much I want to pass out. Yeah I was dying I was like I should I go to the park with his hair or do I want to become comfortable being so you look so cute though. I love your show I think because you're tiny tiny MBA podcast. Enough are tiny. I don where you say yours like I always time late next to someone and not that I hate myself. I love myself because something like airtel Ter- but no I like all sizes but I love like tiny girls that I've never been tiny so when I see one of the lucky and you can eat whatever no is not. Everybody is perfect perfect. I agree full bodies all body. You always have. I have no booty no hips. I'M A box. Take my body's a box you'll be you know the other day. Posted a booty booty peck in your leggings. These at Eric Thought I looked good in this shit in my pockets. It wasn't even my. It was like keys and keys and like goldfish crackers. He looks he was like your bugs. Can I was like look at my pocket. Take he's like Oh you don't have a by. No they love it. You know that you're the double cheeseburgers before this town when she so lucky you like taking just eat. Whatever I'm probably going to diet forty two haven't even save? The insides are black probably mind. I've actually never had like a physical so I don't really scared. I feel like I should get one. They're going to be like you have no stomach. It's gone it disintegrated during your pregnancy. They said you're finding cert. Yeah which I don't know how I was fine because I did not feel fine. Luck Internet's horrible. It was awful Eric Bath or does he. He does now that he knows me. I've ruined him because when I met him I like we barely talk season when I was too busy and I was going through and so we barely talk but I do remember one conversation with him. Because he's like hips during the cool in like MHM quiet and mysterious when I was like. Oh this is not someone. That's like my five insane and weird whenever I was just like. Are you like really healthy. Yeah I remember this is one of the first things I said. What do you like keen Wa was keen y goes like okay vows like us when I thought and then next season two? We started getting really really good friends. We were friends after season one too but anyway we became really really close and then we start like like hanging out and like eating food together and I wanted to get McDonald's or something he's like I haven't eaten that crap in seven years. He hadn't had a soda or fast food in seven years. Wow and now he. Has it very often regular very often. He's lucky too because he's got genetics too tall and he's like I don't his body very is frustrating. Because it's like he's always ripped. Yeah like arms always look I certainly I have. I have what I posted one wants and everyone was like. Is that Erin Eric. He's Chisel he's like a sneaky whining because he's very much insurance where Wiley he's always result. Eric's okay I remember umbrella I think I like. DM Like early on. And I remember like yeah. He told me about someone bears just because he is so I was and then when you said you were like dating. I don't the house like Oh my God i would say another thing. I was so envious I was like your life is perfect. No it is. There's plenty of drama on behind the scenes. Have really in your life course. Everyone has their drama family. Members won't talk to me anymore. Really the perfect family to always doing music together..

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"colleen" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

The Dish With Trish

10:24 min | 8 months ago

"colleen" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

"Yeah PG only fans feature. I like that kind of stuff Yeah but I try and do different things like the music that makes something like. I always just try instagram. Just just anything. Yeah because Youtube is one of those things and I love you too. I will even if I make zero dollars I would. I'd still post on there just like what if they decided to leave my whole channel. That's been around for fourteen. All my music videos read devastated. Oh I'm so scared. I don't delete everything someday. That's why I don't know I like doing other things in your. I hope you do a million other things we were talking about before. Starting this hour like Tricia do Brian. I'm really manifesting things lately. Say Forty eight forty forty eight is my abundance Annandale. Angels and a lot of forty eight forty eight in my life right now. So I've been like manifesting again. This started in December forty eight forty eight and I'm not. I'm not really big on this shot. So this girl Georgia. She like tells me about this. She does a lot of us which have been low. I mean my second chain are forty eight thousand four four four eighty or something. She does that mean abundance of the angels. And it's been consistent that number Burmese. Yeah Forty eight yeah. I had a ton of videos that have forty eight thousand four hundred eighty and look if you look on my blog channel to this day. It's all like forty thousand. It's really weird and I'm like I like that's awful. That sucks like ooh. She goes to let me an angel. So anything you manifest up until the new moon which is happening like a few weeks now like come to you have been manifesting powerful shit so so like on that note. We should manifest like youtube going to be great. It's actually flourish like our channels are gonNA be my hat. I know I'M GONNA make it out on. Youtube is going to be the main income again. But yeah manifest. This I want to be on Broadway so bad and when I saw you I remember this. This happened which I felt so bad I remember. I did a video because I was going on tour like a miniature. I said I was like which I've always been fascinated by you touring I remember asking my God like people back in the day like how does how does Coleen too early. I I was so I wanted to tour so bad. You've done it for what. How many ten years that okay? Let's talk about how you started that like so interesting to me. But I remember going on tour and I was GonNa play like on the address Broadway. So the guy's going on Broadway and I did that. I told you the same thing. Like Oh and then you announce days later the next yeah so literally so she titled The video. I'm on Broadway and I saw it and I go. Oh my God I was like. Are we going to be a time. I was so excited. And then you watch and you said said that you were going to be on and actually like anytime go to New York and do a show as Moreno Mike. I'm on Broadway. Yeah I actually just did it by the way okay. Okay done that I the they're saying. No I literally just did it. I just posted videos saying like I'm going back to Broadway because I'm doing a show in May on Broadway but is it a Broadway theater or is it the the town hall theatre townhall right on Broadway like so I was like I'm going back to Broadway. Buy Tickets to my show. I feel so bad because then then you posted and then of course. Everyone's like she's trying to. I had no idea for me. How are you trying to steal anything? Maybe they thought you told me like a friend and I know you didn't know would never because that's what I'm trying to remember old you now. I don't think I do. I had no idea I thought I was like. Oh my God I was like shook because I why you come from theater so it doesn't seem that crazy but toddrick has done it too but people really now you are Broadway like we were just talking about that I'm keeping Dallas Camera. I mean girls and so people are like doing Broadway now but I feel like they weren't and so when I saw you doing that I was like I was so I've never been. I will use the word jealous. I was so what do you do. Jealousy guys this is what I've learned over the years and I'm very jealous person. I've always wanted to compare rates on to other people manifest. I'm going to do that too. I wonder if you're seeing. It's not as talented us here. You're seeing that's insane. It's so crazy like your voice. But I just want to manifest Broadway so I was doing everything I can to try. So maybe we'll see see. I don't know rich. Let's put it out there Broadway. Twenty twenty so twenty Broadway. I WANNA do a show with you. Yes let's make it happen. I would die. I feel like I've known you for so long and every time like anytime of comes up. Let's sing I always went down. I was singing wicked on the way here. And I show up. And you're in a wick. That's crazy that's crazy easy to sign. Yeah that would be insane. Colleen's like she doesn't think she's confident to do alphabet which I feel like you could talented enough to do alphabet of really. Yeah no no way you do I wanna I wanNA play Glenda so bad I wanNA play video. Because here's the thing but so you can play Glenda. Here's the thing I think that and I always think 'cause I like love that character and I'm blonde but I would love to play more than anything because like really my favorite song in the whole show as long as your mind and it's like I love the character much more and I like playing people that like are everyone would think I'd want to be like Elwood's or something and like q you but like that's not that's not what I would love to play like Elizabeth Schuyler or something you know what I mean like something so different so for me. I would love to play my favorite. Let's do a video. That's what I'm saying to uh-huh these crazy like music videos. I spent way too much money on it. I'm always like doing cover songs I've done smash I've done like beetlejuice. I always want to do. Wicket and I was feeling feeling we gotta do it. Are you serious. I'm totally you see. Here's the thing is tricia. I'd be like you say things people thing and they won't actually do it but do you remember when we did a campfire. Kiki whatever Joey and sounds like you guys want to come to do my show and Utah and he goes. Yeah you've over joking. I was like I'm seriously going out. Yeah I did came and I was like I'm GonNa make you come Shuck 'cause you said you're like okay but this one of those things where you're going back. No because I'm the same way I believe you guys came. I was so happy that was I was so we are part of a Miranda shout with does that the do now currently the one we were. No it's a new one now. Do you still do the ending. Where was I pregnant or did I? Am I baby then baby. You're giving the way the baby. Yeah it's a version of that one do you still with your like The middle school or high school play the first night we ever did. It wasn't yeah. Yeah Yeah that was the first dying. I was dying because I've never been to marina show and the audience is so different than anything I've seen like that ending was so good like that. And then the finale I loved when you do all the pop songs. That's the most impressive thing because that it's Super Fun just above your elbow voice at the end when you're doing all the lights so operatic like it's yeah I know you I WanNa do you do any song from like wicked. Which one was your favorite like together? Yeah I mean I like I love as long as your mind by the way such such a good song but I feel like I don't know I don't know what would be the best thing to do together find gravity there's beginning of defying gravity. There's both girls populars mostly just Glenda. I like. We're good like Kinda boring. My favorite is and it's not when he mentioned and I love watching it I watched Wasn't a may not. I don't think that's Megan hilty. Megan hilty yeah. I saw her do it on the tonight. Show it's like the one thing I do over and over. I love watching. Her performance is low then get caught loathing. That's not the name what his name. Oh Yeah isn't NOCCO loathing. No I call it that we you should do both girls I love it. What's it called? What is this feeling? Yeah what is this research four and I guess that's my Brad. That's not a good name. It's so good because I love the harmonies that like I love all. That's that's literally probably my favorite song. Besides as long as is your mind. That's one of my favorite songs and I love and that's the reason I'd WanNa be alphabet. Because I liked that she gets to be like Solo and like. I don't know why that seems fine. Like I don't know Glenda also seems one 'cause she gets all the ah gotta do that. I'm down really except there's one part was like blonde. Big If you should see me Blonde Trishaw Shaw not good. No it is bad. We really imagine me blonde is horrible at your background. No L. Like what's your like. I'm the most American you can get like an American American American. That was like English Polish Irish. Like the only amount of everything you look kind of like Swedish show most relate your eyes and your nose and you're like your jaw is Swedish. Like dairy always get people always say like I look like some Hispanic or like which I i. Don't think yeah I know but I don't have that in me at all. That's good though. They didn't play that I I would love to Blonde Albion Dod so oh my VCR. I will do this in a week. Look let's do it. I'm down I will do. It would be my dream because I think even if I can't play these roles I think it's like fun to like. Just pretend but do it. Okay manifest it. No it's GonNa the APP. Just write a check I got it. That's what you're saying. We both would pay to be on Broadway literally literally you said that to go back to be on it. I was like yeah if I if there we're like I told my agents that when when we're talking about doing waitress I was like don't let this go away. Yeah I will pay to do it. Hey I want to be on Broadway. I'm I got literally. That's what I do with my music literally paying to get to play all the dreams I'd just I just love it so much is there's something magic never seen a Broadway show like even if you're not gonNA musicals yeah like when you see. I don't know maybe not. Everyone feels this way. But there's like magic is magic. We'll and like they're they're expressing themselves. I don't know musical theater. Music Zeke is different than anything else. It's like it was for me as a little dramatic kid. It was able. I was able to express myself through the music and theater. Like I would sit and listen to Broadway soundtracks. That's interesting crime. But this is how I feel like I just loved it and then the happy staff just takes you away from whatever you're going through and you can just like I don't know everyone wants to just sing and dance. Mike wishes life was thousand percent. It's like every time I do like a video address. Someone like that's what I wanted to just dress up as people because you're not in the it's not you're not in the real world and when you go to Broadway it's like the exact same field right and those people who is say this. All the time I respect broadway more than any other genre of entertainment like those people are insane. They do it eight times a week. They racing like crazy. I keep me answering beetlejuice. But the way they they all do these like voice tricks like crazy lydia like has this like crazy screech like belt thing. How do they not ruin their voices? Oh you got title times a week. Yeah but I mean I don't these people. They're so talented. Do you not talk like during performance. I mean my i. I don't know how I don't know how Yeah I. I was tired. I was tired but like my voice. Never got like burnt out by the end of a to show day. My voice would be tired but like it wasn't as demanding wing of a role as a lot of other roles are Broadway because I had one song and then I sang in everything through.

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"colleen" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

The Dish With Trish

11:49 min | 8 months ago

"colleen" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

"I didn't know that that's horrible. Razi do you do not recommend pregnancy trying so in some women love it. Just because you're sister-in-law's she just like she's she lives. She loves being a mom and her births are pretty like quick quick. Yeah she kind of just like pushes once and they're like out she's pregnant all the time. I'm jealous babies. Does she have issued bring our she had that one meal. Oh okay I would like. I'm so jealous. Even like your videos during pregnancy I just get not that. It's about the content of our mommy. That's so fun to watch. I'm not even a Mama Llama Aloma crying. I loved it. I was just like some people like you're so ungrateful and why I didn't understand Either I'm not allowed to complain about being in excruciating pain because some women can't get pregnant that's horrible and I feel so horrible for them. Yeah and I'm so I was so grateful to be pregnant but it's like saying like you broke your leg. You're not allowed to complain about breaking a leg because some people don't have legs exactly it's like that's not make any sense. I'm not allowed complain about being in pain because some women don't get to be pregnant. She's like Internet but I got a lot of hate for complaining about you remember. I know 'cause you have like such like I've gone. Your shows like people are so like obsessed like you have you get like mobs of people shop and then you also get so much hate and you're so not problematic about anything and I don't know I think it's just the world like it's just every eight everyone you know they do. But when I was reading the comments especially like during your pregnancy or you tell me that's insane like I just wouldn't even read it if if it's like if someone would tweet directly at me or like sometimes you peak. I don't know how you are with reading comments and then you're like operating yeah I'll peak and then it'll ruin ruined me for a week so I try not to look yeah has it subsided. Since you've been a mom now. Does anyone still get. Oh yeah they give me mom. Hey but I don't I don't care I don't read it because I'm like you're not the mom of my son and I know I'm a good mom and I know I'm doing the best that I can't for him in like people were like. How dare you taken when I did Broadway? I took my my son and he lived with me and you work for two months and my husband and everyone's like how dare you drag your son to New York City. You should have left him at his home. Kids need to be at their house. And I'm like would would you think it's better for him to be at his house without his mother why he's breastfeeding exclusively for two months. Just been not with his mom and his bedroom room sleet. He should be with his mom. If that's an option. Yeah I feel so grateful that I that is an option for me because for some families. It's not like like so I got here for that. which was really weird weird and people you know? Just everyone has an opinion when you have a kid like you should breastfeed or formula. What types of food? You should should give them what people see it toy that he's playing with a video and big that's GonNa hurt his development for walking like a toy like fine or he's sitting like on his knees in this one like instagram video. I posted and he shouldn't sit on his knees. It's going to ruin his knees in his hips for us. I'm like he's he sat down. He's just sat down on his knees. He's fine so yeah people hateful. I feel like that that would be like. I always think God that's have had academy I don't know if I can put but my baby online because I know people would literally because people call like cops to my house even if nothing's wrong like they'll be like attrition needs a wellness check and I'm totally fine. But if I had a baby I'd be scared people call CPS. Or if. I was doing nothing wrong. I'm sure I don't know I try not to show him too much. Like I want to share him. Because he's the coolest thing in the universe I think. He's the smartest and cutest Piston. Most perfect human that lives. Yeah and so when you feel that way and your life is i. Don't even think about it as a job might. Life is to put my life on the Internet. Yeah it's not like I'm forcing my son to be part of my job. It's my life. I love sharing my life on the Internet. It's what I've been doing for over a decade so naturally if I'm excited about my son I want to share his of course so I try not to like you know shove. The cameras faces like show fees at grumpy or whatever but like it's I wanNA share him. I think he's so so perfect. Yeah Luckily people have been Nice. If I think if I read anything mean about him I would lose my mind. Yeah I've I've seen people hate on babies online. Like if they have like those breezy. Yeah some people. Babies have like things born different like on their heads and people like attack. The baby is eight looks so ugly and I'm like that's I would like I would go off crazy. Yeah well how has the Youtube now. I know you're like battling with you too for a while about you. Couldn't show the baby or was it just a mess so okay so youtube is is like. Don't get me started. No you constantly changing like monetization rules. I'm deal with I get nothing for me to you. Probably don't get monotype. I said I'll so youtube now is if you put. If you make content that is to adult you get demonetized as you make content that is for kids you get to monetize. Even you get punished even more. If you're content is four kids you get demonetized. You can't you can't money. There's no comments. Youtube will hide. The video won't won't show subscriptions. They will completely had the video so I don't know what kind of content they want on the Internet. Was it make it for kids. Gone if you make for adults no money. Is it making it for kids or showing kids making it. So it's like if I'm like. Hey kids today we're going to learn about the ABC like that will for sure but they get to decide. Essentially like I can say I didn't make this for kids. But if they watch them rand video and they see me taking a slurpee bath in some prisons like well. Obviously this is for kids. Even though it's like more mature adult comedy a lot of times Marina China. That'll go over the kids heads so it's like four. Everyone if they decide that that's for kids. Then they can decide to just make my channel for kids and take away everything. So are your your comments on disabled right a not yet. But you're you're you're brother's family. The ballinger family day. They had their homes disabled for a long time. It's still disabled. I think they're back on now. Ah That's why you'll get like I see the as family. I have kids. And it's like their comedy. I don't know it's like that's when you choose a mess like they're a lot of predators on Youtube or fine and like making making money and living their life. And then there's people who just want to make slime and the Agi. Well that was. Your argument is like disabling comments doesn't keep the pedophile. It's yeah it doesn't. It actually makes it easier like there was a while where youtube was taking down. Monetization comments for anything thing that could have had a predatory behavior in the comments section. So like kids doing gymnastics. If you post a video of a kid doing gymnastics it'll be demonetized comfortably. Taken off because because pedophile is like to watch kids doing gymnastics they say so. How does this prevent pedophile from stopping? It doesn't it makes it easier because now there's no way to trace as them. They comment like Ooh Yummy or whatever. GROSS SAYING THEY WANNA say about a kid doing gymnastics. You can find their count find where they are like an track them down online nailed them whereas now there's no way to trace them and also you take off demand if you D- monetize the video. There's no ads so it's easier to watch. They don't have to sit through a Pesky Adenoma they just get to watch the kid doing gymnastics. How is this protecting kids? It's not at all and by the way still happening on Youtube. If there's a videos that they think Pedophile would like that happens like they have not fixed that problem but could literally anything. If there's a child in it they could just like to watch the child decides well a pedophile might like that's because ads were like we don't want our company being promoted on a video where there's pedophile commenting. So they'd see comments that were from pedophile and the brands were like. We don't want to put our ads where pedophile are and that's why you did that because they were like. Oh if we take off the comments then. The ads won't see that they are watching aging. Have you ever. You're big enough to go to like someone at Youtube. Have you ever tried went off online when this was all going down and tweeted about it a bunch and I think a lot of youtubers saying oh. It doesn't affect me because I don't have kids doing gymnastics. I don't have kids like going swimming or whatever so it doesn't affect me but it does affect affect everyone because they can just decide anytime like for example if a racist person comments racist things on anyone of any color right right then an ad company can be like we don't want ads running before a video where there's racist comments so then youtube can be like okay. We'll take all comments off anyone of another race to avoid. You know what I'm saying like this could happen to anyone. It just so happened to be the pedophile drama. That happened to. That's why I thought it was such a big deal and youtube contacted me. We're like we're trying to figure out a solution solution. That's what they said but like as far as I know nothing has changed. You never like autumn meeting with anybody from you to know. I don't think like me saying anything is going to change anything. I want to say I wanted to say something coming to like. Let everyone know how crazy this was. Yeah but like Youtube. I think every conversation I had with them the people that I knew YouTube. We're we're working on it and we promised we're working on it and so what do you say to that. Okay Yeah you do it. Yeah you what else can I do. Other than like make it known that like I'm upset about it and like I. I don't approve of what they're doing. Well maybe that helped you right. 'cause weren't your comments. Able at one point they disabled my comment. Oh maybe that helped you. 'cause they're like lushes give her her channel back and you know what I don't know but I I don't know maybe they have done something to change it as far as I know. They haven't because all my videos with my nephew who's does gymnastics used to do gymnastics videos with him as Miranda and he. He's really talented and he loves it. They're all demonetized any video that he's in he's six as demonetized and comments are disabled. So what about your family like. They're fine right now. He doesn't do gymnastics online really so they're just adjusting. The idea you have to adjust for the pedophile. Come on. That's crazy. The especially well. I know a lot of people who watch a lot of like voice over videos of people who do like cartoon voiceovers or whatever and I know they get to monetize because they're considered like kid and so they just make no money money and just like the literally a person like doing voices. Yeah it's crazy and youtube gets to decide what is that's what's crazy like I get like mine. Don't get shown because because I mean I'm mostly adult content content but like you know like mature content and I get that but like kids. It's like what else is it. That's what you to make money off like Ryan's twice as he could monetize. Yes yes I'm sure I mean he's like he must he got like billion. He made like a billion dollars last year this year. I don't know though. Let's don't quote me on any I. I don't know it's highly case by case like you make money for Youtube and I have no idea I have no idea but it's all scary. Youtube scares me. So if you put your things like do you have a backup like A. You're good you're always going to be good but like do you have like a second plan or like diapers. Well I mean that's why Youtube to me. I Love Youtube. I love. I always wanted to do it forever. It's like where it got my star and I am passionate about it but that's why I also do other things like I. I know I write with my brother a lot. And we wrote the Netflix show new Broadway and writing books and just doing anything. I can outside of Youtube to try to like keep myself safe because I have a kid now and I want him safe and be able to provide for him so I just don't know I feel like you any any day you too can. Legally they cut us off if they decide like oh no more ads for anyone thing happened. I remember I think for for like six months. I mean zero dollars because one day. Hey they're like no. You're not monetize anymore and none of my videos made any money for six months Maha it was during this style. Housing like style did something weird and JD. I was kicked out of their everyone got kicked Out and then like I wasn't eligible for renovation. And then I got like reapply and then I got in but Yeah I didn't make any money and that's why I started doing the outside like Patriot and stuff like that because I was like. I'm literally really making the most of your ready..

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"colleen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"colleen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Celebrity that you Colleen and Bradley got to know very well back in twenty thirteen okay and that would be tell mom and young listen to a little town mom moment from twenty thirteen I think we can do our version of the ten months single using the interview that we did with tan mom so that's when she was talking to us my face was painted I was drawn Hey we and I'm sorry and besides if one thing do you like be campaign from that's why it looks like gosh we need to get a single we have that somewhere I think we do have of the full single managing to we also will tell you to I believe it is all fine because there's like a video that goes with it but also there's kind of a dirty part that we can't play well you know it kind of sounds dirty what we did with that but also I believe that no you found it plan I think that maybe we aired it we can play okay I dump body button buddy welcome buddy how about we play the full ten mom single when we dust off some old this call listen good call all right when we come back on the calling to Bradley show Elizabeth Reese's bringing all the dirt straight from Hollywood it's it's my talk one of seven one recently overheard on Donna and Steve the making a slanted toilet it's gonna shorten employee bathroom breaks okay so what do you.

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"colleen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"colleen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Colleen is that from a mighty wind. That was a good guest. No. It was the theme to the simple life. Starring. Yeah. It was like moving right along. That man. Okay. Off to great star. Welcome back. Helene doing great. That was kind of a deep cut. Dean. Thank you, Sheryl Crowe. Thank you faces. Rod stewart. All right. No. Okay. Moving on our second. I can fit pop culture audio clip, Colleen and Bradley, listen carefully. This one will probably be a little easier identify the following all we are is. That is Bill and Ted's excellent adventure. You need to stop doing Bill and Ted's excellent adventure. You do that like at least once a week. Yeah. You need to be better. That's fake news. Brad was fake. You always do that one. I have not done that one. Several times. Bradley, the following strange. Things are afoot at the circle. K sandy miss high school football rules. And then that's and maybe excellent wild stallions. So like a lot. Okay. I want you to know marks. You the entire time. You were talking and you can go review that. Are you tattling on how he can't see what I wanted her to have back? I know Colleen one point in the throat. Forty five Bradley. More. I know it's still anybody's game. All right. Here's our third. Vintage pop culture audio clip, listen carefully and identify the following. Bradley. Brad..

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"colleen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"colleen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Predator bradley tootsie roll that sounds like tutsies colleen i'll play the clip for you some like this team back again check the record less began potty people here's a noisy season jump jump mitchelson party over here party over there right hands in the air shakes daria these three things and he gets there it is there it is that's right that is the song boom there it is by tag team i had that on a single cassette single as did i remember those awesome totally wasteful conversation moving jeez bradley colleen so just present often answer don't fret because it's anybody you you never know that's exactly right moving onto the second vintage pop culture audio clip in our throwback live at one forty five colleen bradley please identify this choline clean that's julia roberts in pretty woman singing kiss in the bathtub thank you you.

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"colleen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"colleen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Colleen of bradley show here on my talk one a seven one single handedly trying to bring back follow being from america's hanoi brash colleen lindstrom bradley trainer and we've got another mystery to get to the bottom of this time it involves the hammas on and a story right here in our own backyard and we're not talking about where amazon is going to put its new headquarters whoah no we're talking about some weird package colleen gone on her porch this is so weird okay bradley now this is weird thou so it is not uncommon for me to get a package from amazon on any given day they'll right 'cause i i do a lot of ordering zor embassy i love amazon due to but you are spending problem i bought eight okay yesterday k which by the way was also on hold or something okay let's not pause i buy things that we need for our house like laundry detergent from amazon that was one thing is expecting yesterday i was also expecting a book that i ordered four my child for school those are things they nearly the other things up it's okay no do you wanna see my okay i'm not even though i'm not going to justify this i'm going to go on good so i was expecting to boxes from amazon i got home there were three pacts app air pay you know piled up and i knew about two of them so it was like oh this is this and this is that and then there's this third box and it has made name on it and i mike in my address everything if it's for me and i'm like this is so weird i don't think i have anything else coming whatever side open it up and i still don't know what this thing is i take it out let me describe it for you i'll just read the description on on the package tapestry wallhanging beach throw tablecloth picnic sheet 100 percent cotton handcrafted in india size eighty four inches by ninety four inches and it's a genuine it's genuinely a lob hans she quality product lob hunch she yeah what does that he but i don't know it is a large tapestry with little elephants on it what is that where it's black and white roussy i'm okay and you.

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"colleen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"colleen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And colleen put on your group here come the they are gonna use goo goo bus school a group bus as always to this i just said the thought where i was like i wonder if like gwyneth paltrow is ever heard this segment so gay i'm gonna go with no because somebody should cut it and send it to her three we like to pull funding paltrow's expense because well she can afford us the head of group this lifestyle website though the encourages you to do all sorts of things including but not limited to police brownies with press mel make brownies notion actually tell you i wouldn't be surprised but they also include things like hey buy this sticker and put it on you because it will care cancer lower here's an eggs stick it in your who um that's the kind of special moments we've come here expect the for hub gwyneth paltrow the good news is choline we if the only ones that are not having a good so why am i not surprise you should not be surprised in there's a lady and i'm hoping we can get her on the show at some point her name is dr gen gunter at her blog wielding the last so if truth is just about the best thing going ooh so she doesn't just attack group she's not just a payer how does she have like dr is well on her an opposite side of her at cetera i don't know of other celebs quacks are folk wax that she's going after web zeit but i will say she does go a g after all sorts of things that you've seen pop up on the internet like do you remember lower drb glitter yes okay things like that yet the show you know take these things that have gone viral pro the and sort of pick them apart i just i should have come up with a better example because everything is going to sound gross but basically things that have like health related crazy says that have hit desite geist and she basically says that it's that it we do pet or or she'll say you're this is not actual style this is the science because dr jan gunter is an actual dr yup and i can tell you what her official things are she is an obgyn a pain medicine physicians she authored the book preemies primera.

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